Source Pravda.Ru

Terrorist leader killed in Chechnya

One of the Chechen terrorist leaders, Sabiyev, was killed in the Shalinsky district in Chechnya.

Yesterday, an unknown individual opened fire against federal servicemen who were carrying out address checks in the Germenchuk settlement. The offender was shot dead in retaliatory fire, the Russian Interior Ministry reported on Saturday.

The militant turned out to be an active member of separatists' gang, the so-called emir of the local jamaat, Sabiyev.

Two servicemen wounded in the skirmish received medical treatment. The police found two Kalashnikov guns, a Kenwood radio station and a Makarov gun at the incident site.

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